The Problems

It does not affect decisively if their expectations were realistic or not it. The crux of the matter is that unrealistic and unmet expectations cost lots of money to companies. Unmet expectations may well be the root cause by which the majority of the employees resign. It is the main reason why 4% of employees waive the first day. It is certainly the reason why more than 50% of workers resign in six months.

To promote realistic mutual expectations, it is advisable to provide a truly realistic picture of work each applicant, make a realistic job description with a short list of important skills, allowing team members interviewed candidates and designing a kind of prior internship, in which the candidates have a trial period in employment. 2. Too little training and feedback. States, that around 50% of the problems of lack of business performance are due to the lack of feedback. On the other hand, approximately the same percentage of what appear to be problems of motivation in business are actually feedback problems.

There is the antecedent, which in December 2006, Training magazine noted the cause number one of the problems in performance on 60% of the companies was a feedback little or insufficient on the part of supervisors. Another review found that 80% of the employees who have been trained by their managers had a strong sense of commitment to their organizations, against 46% of employees who did not receive training. The message is clear: train your employees and provide comments and feedback on their performance, otherwise prepare to lose them. We suggest providing intensive training and feedback to the recently hired to create a culture of continuous feedback and training and making the performance of the management process less controller and function more as an Alliance. 3 Feel devalued and little recognized. All people want to feel important, but many organizations get your people feel just the opposite that are very unimportant. The recognition means much more than a badge on the lapel after ten years. It is express appreciation on a regular basis, treating employees with respect and trust, listening carefully to their contributions, paid what they are worth and give incentives and bonuses that reward good performance, ensure that workplaces are modern and clean, among others. If you want your employees to remain with you, you must recognize them and make them feel valued. Offer competitive base salary linked to the creation of value, using payments in cash for immediate recognition, create a culture of informal recognition founded in sincere appreciation, make new hired feel welcome and important, ask for the contribution of the employee and then listen to respond, and give employees the resources and the right tools. Conclusion. Definitely, the Venezuelan management should pay more attention to the behavior of workers. His identification with the work, their aspirations, performance and give step to actions, motivational incentives uqe ensure its permanence, especially providing collaboration, interest, support, training, training. You must better integration of management with the Department of human resources have and be vigilant of how the worker feels identified and give him the recognition and support that they feel that they are taken into account for their actions, results.

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